Yes, evangelism is an uphill battle, but if the contemporary church shows a lack of success at...Read More
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How Apologetics Can Address the Six Reasons Why Young People Leave the Church by Tim Barnett...Read More
Nov 1, 2018 | 0 |
Spiritual Readiness Project Announces Its Official Launch by Tom Gilson The battle is...Read More
Oct 27, 2018 | 0 |
The Secret to Integrating Apologetics in the Church Imagine that a terrible disease has begun to...Read More
Oct 24, 2018 | 0 |
The Church has to change tactics in order to impact the culture. Society is more skeptical now...Read More
Oct 22, 2018 | 0 |
Loving the Unseen God – Christians Accused of Being Atheists? by Lisa Quintana One thing that...Read More
Oct 16, 2018 | 0 |
5 Signs Your Church Might be Heading Toward Progressive Christianity by Alisa Childers Several...Read More
Oct 10, 2018 | 0 |
Last Friday night, I had a public dialogue with Hemant Mehta—the “Friendly Atheist.” He has a popular blog, YouTube channel, and podcast. The Conversation is already up on the Unbelievable? YouTube channel.
I was tempted to write a post in response to some of the topics that came up in our conversation. After all, we discussed the intersection of science and Christianity, whether atheists are motivated to believe in God because of a traumatic experience, the nature of faith, and so on. Maybe I will write that post when the podcast releases next week.
But for now, I think this post may be more interesting and productive.Read More
Sep 27, 2018 | 0 |
We often fail in the church to teach people why to believe what they believe. And we often do not...Read More
Sep 20, 2018 | 0 |
I love studying theology. I teach a New Testament theology class at Talbot School of Theology, speak on theological issues at Summit Ministries, and teach a high school systematic theology class at a private school in Orange County. Along with philosophy, theology is one of my favorite topics to study. And I wholeheartedly believe that learning theology is vital for spiritual growth.
But theology can also be dangerous. My concern is not with theology per se. In fact, good theology is critical for avoiding dangerous doctrines and preventing error (Titus 1:9). I wish the church would invest more time and resources in teaching good theology. I am convinced many young people disengage the church because of bad theology.
My concerns here are with the way we teach—or often fail to teach—theology.Read More